Access and Travel
Provides information on thousands of venues across the UK and details their accessibility.
Link to the Plymouth page here
To qualify for a blue badge you must be in receipt of the high rate mobility component of DLA or enhanced mobility PIP then you could qualify for a blue badge.
As the high rate mobility component of DLA is only payable from 3 years old, generally children under the age of two are not eligible. Some children over two may qualify for a blue badge if they have severe mobility problems. Certain children under the age of three may be eligible if they have a disability due to a medical condition and need to travel with bulky equipment or be close to a vehicle for emergency medical treatment.
To apply for a blue badge click here
Children with a learning disability who attend Cann Bridge, Millford, or Woodlands automatically qualify for a bus pass, but need a letter from the school confirming their attendance, home address and date of birth.
Children attending Brook Green Centre for Learning, Courtlands School or Longcause Community special school may be eligible for a bus pass if they have a learning disability. A letter from the headteacher confirming the child’s name, home address, date of birth and a short statement that the child has a learning disability that meets criteria as set out in the concessionary travel legislation is needed.
Tamar Bridge Mobility Scheme
If you are in receipt of the high rate mobility component of DLA or enhanced mobility PIP then you could qualify for 100 free crossings on the Tamar Bridge. Click here for details.
Download the form here and return to the Torpoint ferry office.